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Stainless Steel

Find the leading stainless steel suppliers at the MetalsNet marketplace. 

What is stainless steel and what is it used for?

From the smallest metal products to the largest skyscrapers, stainless steel is an essential part of modern life.

Its strength, resistance to corrosion, and low maintenance make it the ideal material for a wide range of applications. It also has a long life cycle and is 100% recyclable.


  • 304 Stainless
  • 316L Stainless
  • 416 Stainless
  • Polished Stainless
  • Stainless Plate Flooring
  • Perforated Stainless Sheet
  • Stainless Expanded Metal
  • Stainless Bar Grating
  • 303 Stainless TGP Shaft
  • 303 Stainless TGP Keyed Shaft


Some Info about Stainless Steel grades. 


Grade 304 

Grade 304 is a standard \"18/8\" stainless. It is the most versatile and most widely used stainless steel available, even though a wide range of alternatives are available; and has excellent forming and welding characteristics. 

304 stainless steel is most notably present in industrial applications and kitchen equipment. It is a highly heat-resistant grade and offers good corrosion resistance to many chemical corrodents, as well as industrial atmospheres.

Grade 316L

316/316L Stainless Steel: The \" l\'=\"\" designation<br=\"\">The L denotes the low content of carbon in the steel. 316L is best known among fabricators for being resistant to cracks after the welding process is completed. This makes 316L the preferred choice of fabricators who look to build metallic structures for industry applications.</br=\"\">





What is the difference between 316 and 416 stainless steel?

 The 416 will have much less resistance to pitting, but it will have better stress corrosion cracking resistance. The 416 is heat-treated to achieve its strength, the 316 must be cold worked to increase its strength.